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Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

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Concept art for the upcoming animated series Star Wars: Rebels.

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Do you have that one OTP where you love them so fucking much, that you just can’t, in all kinds of form, ship them with any other character and it hurts your soul just thinking of either one being apart or with another character? 

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I’d happily watch an 8 hour film adaptation of a book if it meant every little book detail was put in it

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graphic making is all fun and games until you have to decide which font to use

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characters that are incredibly loyal [pained noises] characters that are incredibly loyal to the point that that loyalty leads to their downfall [pained noises increase in volume and amount]

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Star Wars | Obi-Wan vs Grievous (Revenge of the Sith novel version)

"He must have been trained by Count Dooku," Mace had said, "so you can expect Makashi as well; given the number of Jedi he has fought and slain, you must expect that he can attack in any style, or all of them. In fact, Obi-Wan, I believe that of all living Jedi, you have the best chance to defeat him."

This pronouncement had startled Obi-Wan, and he had protested. After all, the only form in which he was truly even proficient was Soresu, which was the most common lightsaber form in the Jedi Order. Founded upon the basic deflection principles all Padawans were taught - to enable them to protect themselves from blaster bolts - Soresu was very simple, and so restrained and defense-oriented that it was very nearly downright passive. 

"But surely, Master Windu," Obi-Wan had said, "you, with the power of Vaapad - or Yoda’s mastery of Ataro-"

Mace Windu almost smiled. “I created Vaapad to answer my weakness: it channels my own darkness into a weapon of the light. Master Yoda’s Ataro is also an answer to weakness: the limitations of reach and mobility imposed by his stature and his age. But for you? What weakness does Soresu have?”

Blinking, Obi-Wan had been forced to admit he’d never actually thought of it that way.

"That is so like you, Master Kenobi," the Korun Master had said, shaking his head. "I am called a great swordsman because I invented a lethal style; but who is greater, the creator of a killing form - or the master of the classic form?"

"I’m very flattered that you would consider me a master, but really-"

"Not a master. The master,” Mace had said. “Be who you are, and Grievous will never defeat you.”

- Revenge of the Sith novel, by Matthew Stover

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seduce me with lots of amazing headcanons about my otp

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"Well, shall we discuss your surrender?… Again?"

Obi-Wan Kenobi in s4e11 - Kidnapped

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anonymous asked: prequels or originals

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Star Wars Characters: Padme Amidala

An idealist during a time of corruption and war in the Republic, Padmé Amidala was determined to fix what wrongs she could in the Senate, where she represented her idyllic home planet of Naboo… Though not a soldier, Padmé nonetheless found herself often in the thick of danger as she courageously defended her deepest held beliefs.